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   British Press (Newspaper) - February 4, 1820, London, Middlesex                                NATIONAL MdwUMENT OF. SCOTLAND. OROCETEDINGS of the troMMltTEE on M Ihe NATIONAL'MOOTWerh''' of S'COTLA'ND, held at Edinburgb od ^yediiesday, llie39tlt Jsiiuarf, 1830; Presenl-The Earl of iVemyss and March; the Earf of ftgtebtry; Lord Belhavrii ; Lord Rollo ; Ihe tordMuitiee Clerk Lord Baunatyiie; Sir Robert Dick, nf PreslonSeld, Ban. �, Sir Michnel Shaw,Stei��rt, Bart.; Sir Jamea F.er^too, f Kllkerran, Bart.; General Franrii'Dundaa; MnjurrGeiie-r�l Hope; Viee-Admiral.Fraser; Rererend Principal-Baird; Gilbei*! Hutcbiton, Exa- Depuly Judce Advocate; Doclnr Qrtifcory, M.D.; Dr. tJope, M.D.; Itobert Dowpie, Eiq.or Appin s Mr. Bonhvick, yoHiien-, of Crookstnr.te ; Willibm Arbutlmolj, Esq. Triistecf Office ; Kiifc^id M'Keniip, Efq  Claud Runell, Esipaccouotaul; John Perrier, ,E>q. W.S. ; William loglia, mq.-VfS.; John Riirtell, �.q. IVJ.  Robert Johnsloo, Esq.  The Right Hon. the Earl of tVE-VIYSS and I\IARCH in � '  the'Chair.  ' The Secretary jilfited thf t, .�|(reeiibly to the instrncliona of (be Conofliittee, contained.in their JVIinnteori!>e'92d Ju^ taut, he' bad Iranrantteil to the Mioiauira of ih.e Cliurcb of Scollanrtr-'I       � ' ��   : >' l^t, TJie :R�M>]iilj�a> of Ihe, Gentml-J^fftnurof N^We- -men and Oe^tlemeb, held nt l^dinburgh on the ii4ib Fe. braary last, librGrace Ihe Duke of AlhoH i|i ilie Ch:iir. 3dly, TheRetoluliooa of the Committee nppuinte(l by the G�neral Meeting, bearing date the 13ih March, last, Lord SaIIo in thcl^bair. 3^ly, The PcQceedin�;a and Rnolntiona of the Comcnillee of Ihe 23i) Jnly, 1619, the Earl of Morton in the Chair; tOKether with the recamroendatian�f Ihe General Assembly of the Clinrcb of Scofl�iid, aecumpanied wilb an earnest f Hastiacs in India, and the Earl nf Daiboasie in America, will give evety possible impulse to tl^e raeasnrr. Tfarre was not yet, however, snBieienI lime lo ceceive r^pwrtsfrom those remote parts, Ihe disparcbet having only 'been aeat aat after Ibe London meeting in ibe tud of May Mt. dBeevnelBdcd'by ncfircssiug a hope, that Ihe furindntinn -*lsae�f die National Mnstiment would he laid on some R�ly �iltn�nMrrjr, eitherof tlie batlle of Trafalgar or Waterloo,, tt^mtttilsere was nnw every' pMiabttity of-Scotland obtain-' Ing bei"ni>Dament �s �mn as, or perhsps before, England ^ Ksnd concladed by-observing, that wotks of such eminent fltbHe vtllit; ai^'ornament, are imqnrsliunably ihe beat ^Bieain of fitiling'the industrious (lasses of ihe rommunily; aiiA while tbipy are Irlbntes justly due lo the illustrious dead and gallant living, lend at the same lime to improve Ihe best affections of the people, ami are 'ifae most preiciouS and va'luable bequests Ibat can be made lo posterity. In reference to Ihe pTan and site if was observed, that in transmitting Mr. Elltul's veiy elegant aad'classical design formed on ihe Panllieun at Rome, the following note was snbjliined to ihe resolutions: The Committee arp desir-ous il sbotttd be underslnod that nothing has yet bren.deier-mined, either in regard to the plan of Ihe building, or its situation, both of which will be matter for future and deliberate cuiisidrraliuu; bul the general impression seems lobe, Ibat Ike design to be ultimately adopted should either be formed on or be an exact model uf some of the most jKp-proved slroetures of aniiquity." la refereoee also la the realixation and; iuveslilare nf the viibscriplions, Ilie Commillee, after some delibeniliiin,. were of opinian, that it would be proper to defer ibat roea-surrfoj-the present. The Commillee then came lo ihe folloalog Resolutions : The Coffliqitlee having.heard th^ report of the pruceeil-iogs that have taken place since their last meeting on Ifae SSd Jut;, 1619, expressed ibeir MnedMl hope, that Ihe .Miaisters of Ihe ChBi^ of Scolland, who were now in pu^-sesiiouof the Resolulions of lh� General Meeting of Ihe Noblenieo and Gentlemen, helttle pi^ijttnt moHrDfttl event.- A.SMEARS-BEDFORD HOVBeflto.n,�enriella.sireel, Covenlpganto. TherealitORWICH CRAPESfd^be had no where bat at Bedford House. NEW HISTORY OF SPAIN. This digr was publised, price 8s. 6d. Jwards, npHE HISTORYflf SPAIN, from the earliett JL Ages of which we have atiira*>lbentic. R^rds, io ibe return of Ferdinand VIL in 1814, aetaimpanic^-witb Cfaro-aological and Gcneoiogiekh Tableii, of the Vtsi( OLEOM'S HEMOIEtSVBY HIMSELF. THE ENGLISH TKANStATlON. hy Mr. O'MEARA, will be ready on MON DAY MORNING; with Ihe addition of Mt Reasons, dictated by the Author of these Memoirs to Ibe Editor, pitVioK that the Ationyimni* � Manvicrit de St. ffeb^waa liot wirilteii by Napoleon. The FRENCB EDIllON coMiniict onsale at 12s.extia boards. Printed for Sir Ricbard niilltps and Co. NtB.-The anpftcednted demandfor tbia WorV having rendered it oeeesiary to (irepare.ft naeltilirger Edition of the Translatioa thaik was originally iattaded, the pubHcalioit tiM Jhte� uaavoidably deferred from TbaiMay till Monday, lHi�tt(U'Will positfvely like place. Co^ection at .''I. Bo-, tulpk, Aldersgale-atreei, after a Svr-moo by Rev. D. Wilson A Lady Rev. Sir J.   C. Jer- voise, Bart. Lady Jrrvoise Benevnls Mrs. Wbilcort Mr. H. Brookesbank G. Tem pieman, E^iq. Mrs, Fisher A B. C. D. George   Cummings, Esq. M.P. J. W. By .Messrs. Hatcfaard and Son. Right Hon. Lord Cal- ihorpa 10 James Briggi, Esq. 3 A. B. - I Mr. T. F. Hanson Rev. W. Haason C. D. Sir M. Cbolmeley   3/. lis. 6d. Mrs.Ciileman Leicester, by Mr. Lincoln Mr. Rolrinaoa E. D. Mrs. Nightingale Tliomas Warrc, E�q. Mrs. Cfonmelin, Bsd>. stead The Widow's Mile W. R.      .;  -I!. H.Carshallon Sir T. Plumer Cbrislioa 30 10 5 9 2 1 2 10 1 3 3 5 10 1 1 10 2 1 1. 2 10 3 6 1 1 a 1 By Messrs. Drummotid. Lady F Btresfnrd        1   0 SirR. Wilmot,Bart.     5  S Rev. �. Braidfurd        1   1 Lady Pulieney 5   0 Mr. Nellu Monlagu 1 0 E. M. - 10 A Poor Curate I   0 By Meaars. Hoare. Right   Hon. Lord Sondes -        10   0 Lady Murdaunt 10 0 Anonymous              6   0 Subscriptions snd donations will be ihankfnlly received by the Rev. ti. Budd, M A. President, Bridewell Hospital: by Mr, KNiiriird, 134, Salisbory-squafc ; aUii % Ihefoltew-ii(g Bs�kfr� >r-*>|e�srs. Hoare, 37, Flect-slree);, Messrs. Drummond, Cbaring-cross ;. Messrs. jBrowne, Langhorn, and. .Co. 26.'BiiCklrrsbDry; likewise by Aletsrii. Haichard'a^lid Thtf Mt#il�t ilK the pailicalart of the lotet^ me'nt of King G|ieb>r^ the Second, which may, fori the inoat p.art, tie cODiideVecf a programme of the funeral of onr4at� lamented Spve^ign. On Monday the lOth of Novmber, 1760, the Royul Corpie Wat ^oiivfeyed from Kensin^ioo Palace lo the Prince'i Chaipber, tiear the Houw of Lcrd�, in the fplloiving order, viz. TheRi^t Honouiable the Earl of'Rocbfonrd'a coadty-Wiltl six horses, several servants befaind in livery, wilb ligMnf torches. - 1 The Honourable Mr. ;COSCh^ with two borsev, dW servant behind in livery, with a toreb. His Grace the DidceofiDevonsbir^'cbarior, witb�ix lMir Uver||ri-wilb torclMfC Twofloraeerenadiers, tbeir tirtfrdrdrawir. Two of the Royal coaches, in momine,irilb six boirw* eacb, the servants babii>d:iiLiBooniing;�itb.tordi�. A large party of Ham Grenadiera. A Royal coach in tndonUar, wilK aixfhorisei, Ihe actrtatt behind in morning, triihiarebfes.    -The Boyal Hearse,�overrd with jinrpte velvet fiaely:oni8> menied wilb carved Work; Tb* Royal Arms bcinf�l the' upper part on' eacb sid4^ and adorned kt Ibe top' wiib aeve-ral'crowns. Itwas'd^wvbyeight eraaoMDlouredbiirarSj witb.lai^ pnrple velv�-traj�pings,*ndfol.|oweil by Ibe Royal TrumjpeieeSi in their riclrhatijtt^aaniuHDg* dead: , march, and a'-large party of the Life Quarda. The procCssioD was cloke4by one of the iSjiifa.i coacbea out of mourning, with the blinds np,di�wii by two bora�s, . and one (ervanl behind In a Royai iivery frock, with a' torch. On tide of allihe Royal. carriate*,�xcrFt the Ian, a-train otmen walked tn-bl^ek cloakl^*itb lighMdlordtes in tbeir hands. At about a qmrterpaat i>iritVclocHnttf. T�rofpi. aion entered the Green Park, fromfHyde Pxrlt.aod passed slowly^ t^roogh the Hor�e'GiMi:d� to Brand entrant^ VnjW tlie .Hquw ofLprds wfiw^^ tte^ Royal Corpse was token out, and infried np: to the Chamber, nr|Mr�^l>i�y in static v.Tjie<^oo. , Fidei defensoris} Ducii �t Bro.ngvici etLnneboc^, Sscri Rumani ImjierH Arclu tbesautnrit �t Priucipis Electoris. Obiit 25 Die Oclobris, Aoo.b Domifli, 1760, �iatis sua 77, .   Itegniqae ani 34. i [Thna Englished 0 Here lie deposited,.: The remains of the Most Serene, Most UigUty,aBdiHost Excel-laftt Mbaarcb, GEORaE. Ibe SECOND, By the Grace of- Gsll, King of Great Britain, .France, aod Ireland, Dtfenderpf Ihp Falib; DnkeoC Branswich and Lonenbargii, Arcl�.Trrasuier and Prince-, Bicctor of the Holy. Roman fimpit^e. He died ihe 2bll> day of Oclpber, in the Tear of-our Lord :lim,.y^ Ibe77th year of bisi�ge, kbd'inlbe,34tbef bii reign,     , , "  ~ Titeday followin);, Tqe^y the Uth, about nine o'clock, the Royail corpie was carried from the Pttitce'li Chnmbef to ll^eliiraiuiter Abbfiy, and interred'.in the jRpjtal �auU,,il|t Henry the VUil�!!i Ch^i^l. The prpce�|ao,iw�,very: grantf.iind loiemn BccWing tQ.th^.cere^Mmw folloiiring. Flia Boyat J^gimettlfi^ Duke of etrtbtftrhtDd wai ChiW iW^riier^ ^ii^^'ht* tf)iiti;botie'by the j>uktaf>fi^kvij^ift^}i!^fi^^ giJiii?. �p^re; (ieed^'il tlie Iwww ah* PurJtr - anrt the heUtflit: evtijr'fiit^ riJiig. dariiifg; *Jie.�ho�e�ei 'm90%-   Two thoaiand foot guards and 350 hone lioi-d the iia^old, and kept off the mob. - "^I|�re. wereao many tboutaiids of spectators, .|ba^, great uiimb^ra could not get near enoogh to we the procesatoti, und oiily saw at a distaace the grilat light given. By the flantbeaux and lamp*. Kaight MarahalVlifea with Mack slaves, two and two. ..Pagra of the: Pretence. Page*:af the Back-stairs. .Pagniiafihf Bedchamber. 'Ycoirien of ^^e Robes. . Genlleiiisu Ushers, Quarter l^aitcrs. pages at Booour. . Qfooma of the Privy Chamber. Gfeatlcaao Vsber Aasistanl. .-Gentlemen Ushers, Daily Woiiers. Pbysteiaiu 10 the King-Deputy Clerks of iKe ClUtet. Equerries to his. late Maj^lf.' telerbs, Cumiiirullers, and Clerks of lb* 6re�a.cl�Uk. Wat's Cooasel, KinA^ftJeaei,-    [ -King's i^tiator. Kia^f Allomcy.. Prime Ser|eant. Baron* younger soar. Viscoanla yonnger niDs. Barons of the Bt^hequer, aud Jasiicea of the Benclits, J     according to Iheir seniority. JLord'^tMF Jitroa; '   Ldrd-ChiefJaBiife'pf Common Pleas '  '    ' ^      wentis a iprivy CiinoseHor. AfaJWdf thelbills     ^ X�rCCh]efJo�li(iei�f the King's went aa Privy " " Bench, beiista P  Prlrii,CouB*elIara. Privy Counsellors, not Peer*.0f tbe Realm. Borons eld^'t Sains;:. '.. Earis yOunier'Satis.  . Viscuaats eldest Sua*. TheCompirollerof Ibe. . ,i The Treasnier of the King's lloasebald, . King's Bousebold, with'their sUves, Being a Peer, walked Being a Peer ot Ireland, as-such. walked as.sncb. Two Porsnivaats. Barons of Ireland. Barons of Great Britain. 'Bishops, in their rochets.. Marq'uises yolngest Sans. Bsris eldest Sous. * A Pursuivant. . JITiscouats of Ireland.-^ Vifcounla ofGreat.BrMaio. Dukes yonnger Sons. Marquises eldest Sons. One Herald of Arms. Earia of Ireland. Earls of Greal Britain. Earl EfinghamK^s exercising the oiEee of Earl Marshal of EngUad. Dukes eldirst Sons. One Herald of Arms. Mnqaises. One Herald of Arms. Dukes. One Heriild of Arm�. ' Ditkes having great offices. Lord Privy Seal. Lord President of the CoQBCil.'        �   -1-,   _ aLa�*^U����tep�ifT���(^^ X4M Keeper, beortng the parse (no train boror, oornace carried). Lord Archbishop of Canterbiiry (po (rain birite;^ Ndrroy Kiag> of AroM: Master of the'Hossei SecoDdGenlle-rClaceiu^�ii�Klor�t^"^2'^>^ man Dsber -{ csrryinjt: Ibe Crown. 00 �> joani W DaUj- VMicr.^iKvblevelvetcaabioo.   JDoHjp Waltrr. Lord ebaiaiitrhib of Tbe/ldnsebold wiib WrWhite SUff. THE ROYAL BO0Y, po Ibis side Sopportcrs of Ihe , PfeU, three Dakcs. The Canopy, Bnrae by Oenilemen of Ibe Ptiny Chamber. Ten Gciitlemea Psaslpnrrs, vitb tbeir axes reversed. On this side Snpiwrters' pt the pall, tbiee Hiikes. T&e'Gsnopy, bprjiie b� Gentlemen of Ibe Privy Cbamber. TeirGeollelacn PcusioDcrs,' witk their axes reversed. Carried by twelve Yeomen of the Gnard, covered with a latfc Pall, lined with porple silk, with a fine/Holland rticef, adoraed with ten large cscnicheons of tbelmperial - Arms ^aioted on sating nnder a canopy of purple velvet. Gentleman Usher. Garter Principal King of Arms. Geotlcnnn Usher of tha Black Rod, the Rod reversed. Snpporler to CThe Chief Mourner, hi* tirain VSupporter to Cb. Monraer,- Ch.Monroer, ,a D;4ke.   (   by IbeTice-Chamberlain. )   a.Dnhe, Two Dukeaand fonrfeetl Earls, IssistanU to the Chief . Mourner, (irst dcnlleman Usher of the Pnry Chamber. Groom of the Stole. Lord* of the Bed,;QiaiBber.. Second Gentleman. Usher of the Privy Cbamiiw^.', The Master of the Robes., The Grooms ottfeBii^Jrhsishir The tetnainibg part of the Band 9f Gentleiiwn Pensioners, with theiraxes rrversedl  '. Yeomeii of the Gnatd to close thc niot (a prodntst of Colchester, with which the Rtqral family are ahrays fireteiiled nheit thil/ coine IharwayJ, and l(miim^6t^byX^^ .ttitift. After brin  rtl^tLntd Abercorii% and bis it.�iiiiiibi{� pra�kl�d-aa^'ifeeaiit' �A �nti|^ tlie door uf jier room whs ordered to be wi^e opei that every body might bave the pleviiiire andeatfi fatctiou of aeeing her Majesty, t-aiid.on earb'lide 1 her chair stood ttie Lords Harcourt and Auson,,Th fruit* were choice melons, figs, pears. Sic., many other son*, both in aud out of svatoii.   Si^l slept that night at his Lf>r�lsbtt>'it jiouse ; and M little after tweUre o'clock on Tuesday her jesty came to Rumford, where she stopped at Outton's, wine-merchaiit.  The Kiog'4 coaci�. an serranty met with her Majesty ihere.aiiij she.wJ* { tbena served with coffee .at hi* hou^,   2^ iitai^ ijjl almost cute o'clocks and iheM enteral. 9�Fe.ia,tiue�.9t^gir,coacae�: injbe, tjit were iKitji^ feoin Mecklenburg, aiid itf ibeldst Majesty, wbosat fprward.'aad the Duchesses nl Ai^ 4r.i�ter and Hanjitton bacfctvanl. Iler MHJest.y whik: dressed entirely in the English taste; she woce a' .fly-cap, with rich laced lappets, a stomacher, orna'^ ineiited with diainotids, and a gnid brocade �mt nC clothes, with a white g^ouud. .They proceeded.aV. a tolerable pace, attended by an incredible injtnbeti of spectators), both on horse, aud foot, to Siratford .tej Bow and Mile-end turnpike,.where they turiied'E Dog-row, and pro!ties, afterjhe ceremony, satop one side of tl>e aliar, 011 two stat�. chaiM undeir a canopy ; her Royal Highuets the Princess, Powagcr of Wales sat fjciog^ them4a� ehaitlof;Sta}.e, oq the athecraidie j iwA-aH.^U*|i|ji �\^iait,f^AFaiatT^.ap.ii^oots, atoik t}Secjaaft%� benches, whiciM�nsi�ted of nil tiie Foreign fl*'" ters, iiivlndiag'MoMi. .Bussy^;. aiti the ^ and Peeresses .of ibr-^Dgdom, togeilier withttK Bishops^ e9KUit;the Rigb^. Hon. and Right Rev. ther Bishop of Herefofit, who had sprained hi* ankle. After the ceremony there was a itnblie Drawing Room. The marriage ceremony began at nine at nicbt; at the cpncliwion of vhicb,.the gnu* at the Pjttk and the Tower were fired, and the cities of Ji.oiiitoti and Weitminsler, fee were finely illuminated. The rejoicings were universally expresafd by the peojde, with that cheerfulness which troe %yjiUy ioapAi^ on this happy occasion. ~ The ten bride-maid*to ihe Queen wereaH ittgKi ed alike in white lutesirio^t with silvertrimoM^ orntmented with pearls, diamonds, &c. ^ dreC* wbieh attracted the eyea of everyone. l^ejri^H peered at Court the three day* following in thf same dress. On Wednesday the 9tb inst. there was ik wry grand Court at St. James's, wheit all the b^e^ol. the Court were presented to ll>e Queen, aad'^Bd the honour t9 kiss her Majesty's hai hand*. .The Goinmon Cquuc ilmf n were alt dr ditttheir new inazjrine blue silk gowu�, IiimhI' with fur, wore; fujmbottbmed wig*, and made a.yery' graiid aHpearancK. It was computed t^ere were upwards of 900 Qoat:les. vomriATioii. ."^he ff41o�ing.are wme fartitej ,^ nfCl,�diif|th tbejcereniopy .of the 4^^j "L�ngt,tf iEnglawd.of whuJ^, uIars;eo�>j 108.   

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